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Assistant Professor of Communication Non-Tenure Track

Employer
University of Evansville
Location
Evansville, Indiana
Salary
Not specified
Posted Date
Dec 5, 2022

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Position Type
Faculty Positions, Communications
Employment Level
Non-Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time
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The University of Evansville seeks candidates for a non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Communication, starting August 2023, to teach strategic communication within the context of a contemporary, cross-disciplinary program.   A Ph.D. in Communication, Advertising, Public Relations, or relevant field is desirable, but consideration will be given to applicants with a master’s degree.  Applicant must demonstrate the ability for outstanding university teaching and advising. Professional work in the field of strategic public communication, as well as a thorough understanding of analytics and the digital space, are highly desired. The focus of teaching activities will be helping students develop skills in strategic communication, including communication theory, advertising and promotional strategy, and media design layout across multiple platforms. It also will include developing theoretical and practical knowledge needed to plan, execute, and measure strategic communication campaigns in both the physical and digital space.

Submit the online application www.evansville.edu/offices/hr/employmentApp.cfm and send teaching philosophy; specifics of professional experience and scholarly/professional aspirations; evidence of teaching effectiveness; vita; and three letters of recommendation with current contact information to Dr. Mark Shifflet, Chair, Advertising Search Committee, Department of Communication, University of Evansville, 1800 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville, Indiana   47722. Review of applications begins immediately. 

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